If you notice that soap scum keeps piling up in your shower, you will benefit from using a daily DIY shower spray. Cleaning your shower frequently can help prevent soap scum and mildew while keeping your shower smelling clean and fresh.
How to make our simple DIY shower spray recipe
Gather Your Supplies
You’ll want to get hydrogen peroxide, rubbing alcohol, dish soap, a rinse aid like Finish Jet-Dry, and a clean 32oz spray bottle. Place all the items on a clean surface. Measure the appropriate amount of each ingredient, and pour them into the container.
- 1/2 cup of hydrogen peroxide
- 1/2 cup of rubbing alcohol
- 1 teaspoon of dish soap
- 1 tablespoon of rinse aid
After all the items are combined, slowly add three cups of water. You might notice some bubbling but don’t worry; that’s normal because of the dish soap.
Time to Use
This spray is safe to use on most shower surfaces but test in a small area first to ensure it doesn’t damage the finish. Avoid using it on natural stone surfaces like marble or granite. We recommend using this DIY shower spray after each shower to help prevent soap scum from building up and mildew from forming. Make sure to get the walls with the cleaner, and if you have a single piece bath-shower, mist the inside of the tub itself. After this step, there is no need to wipe it down, so you’re all set. Simple as that!
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